Kitsound Diggit 55 review
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- Portable speaker
The Kitsound Diggit Bluetooth speaker features a removable garden stake so you can stick it in the ground without it getting muddy. Stake aside, it looks like a stylish, affordable Bluetooth speaker. Kitsound claims up to 15 hours of music playback, and you can connect two together for stereo sound. Find out whether it’s worth buying in our expert review.
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